Explore the incredible with a cruise from Vancouver
Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and a pristine waterfront, cruises from Vancouver promise you sights and sounds unlike anywhere else in the world. Whether you’re looking for an extraordinary Alaska cruise from Vancouver or a relaxing voyage down the Pacific Coast, there is an itinerary that can perfectly fit your preferences. With so many destinations to choose from and an extensive list of cruise lines visiting every week, it’s no wonder why Vancouver is an immensely popular Canadian city with millions of people across the planet visiting every year. With the best cruise deals from Vancouver, BC, there’s no better place to go for your travel booking than Cruise Guru.
In order to truly experience the region and all its wonder, we highly recommend extending your trip before or after (or both!) your cruise from Vancouver to explore the stunning city. Hike up the gorgeous Grouse Mountain (or take the less strenuous gondola) for a magnificent view of the city. Explore the bustling Richmond Night Market for some Asian-centric delicacies and enchanting live music. Seek relaxation by spending an afternoon at Dr Sun Yat-Sen’s Chinese Garden or by cycling through the immense Stanley Park. With so much to see and do all year-round, you might be hard-pressed to find another locale packed with such excitement. So what are you waiting for? Call up your closest friends or family today and take them on an unforgettable adventure with a Vancouver cruise.
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Cruise Destinations from Vancouver
Alaskan cruises from Vancouver are immensely popular, with an expansive range of sailings available with a number of brilliant cruise lines including Holland America Line Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Disney Cruises, and many more. These Alaska cruises are usually seven-nights long and visit beautiful locations such as Skagway, the Inside Passage, and the Hubbard Glacier. Those looking for longer voyages will not be disappointed, with a solid choice of Hawaii Cruises and Transpacific Cruises which visit sun-soaked locales like Honolulu, Bora Bora, and Papeete. You can also find a small number of Asia cruises that make port at superb cities such as Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Ho Chi Minh City. Additionally, Panama Canal cruises on occasion are available, visiting phenomenal places including Puerto Querzal, Port of Oranjestad, and Key West.
Searching for similar itineraries from nearby departure ports? Check out our cruises from Seattle, cruises from Seward, or cruises from Anchorage. For the best cruises from Vancouver or anywhere across the globe, look to Cruise Guru for your next holiday booking online.
Cruises from Vancouver FAQ’s
How far from Vancouver Airport is the Cruise Terminal?
The Vancouver Cruise Terminal is about a 30 minute Taxi ride from the airport. You can alternatively take the light rail which takes between 25 to 40 minutes dependent on delays. Trains typically arrive once every 5-10 minutes and are only a short five minute walk to the Cruise Terminal from the station. If you are short on time and are willing to pay the higher price, we recommend taking a taxi.
Is there a shuttle from Vancouver Airport to Cruise Port?
While there is no official shuttle from Vancouver Airport to the Cruise Terminal, you can organise a shuttle with a private company or with the cruise line (if possible). Be sure to contact our reservations team for further information regarding shuttle services. Otherwise, you’ll need to catch a taxi or take the train, both highly reliable methods of travel in the city.
What cruise lines go to Alaska from Vancouver?
Cruise lines that have Alaska sailings from Vancouver include:
- Celebrity Cruises
- Cunard Cruises
- Disney Cruises
- Holland America Line Cruises
- Norwegian Cruise Line Cruises
- Oceania Cruises
- Ponant Cruises
- Princess Cruises
- Regent Seven Seas Cruises
- Royal Caribbean Cruises
- Seabourn Cruises
- Silversea Cruises
- Viking Cruises
If you want to learn more about voyages in these region, check out our Alaska Cruises page which includes itineraries from other departure ports.
Where should I go for the best Vancouver Cruise Deals?
To find cheap cruises from Vancouver, there is no better place to grab a bargain online than Cruise Guru. Boasting 20,000+ sailings on offer by a multitude of popular cruise lines, it’s no wonder why so many people choose this website to plan their next cruising adventure.
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